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That Perfect Someone New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey sweeps readers away on a seductive adventure with the wickedly witty lusciously sensual Booklist Malory family when a detested marriage contract tu

  • Title: That Perfect Someone
  • Author: Johanna Lindsey
  • ISBN: 9781439176900
  • Page: 316
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey sweeps readers away on a seductive adventure with the wickedly witty, lusciously sensual Booklist Malory family when a detested marriage contract turns childhood enemies into passionate lovers.Nine years ago, Richard Allen fled England and his controlling father Determined to live his own life, he took to the sea an 1 New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey sweeps readers away on a seductive adventure with the wickedly witty, lusciously sensual Booklist Malory family when a detested marriage contract turns childhood enemies into passionate lovers.Nine years ago, Richard Allen fled England and his controlling father Determined to live his own life, he took to the sea and settled in the Caribbean, joining a band of treasure hunting pirates and adopting the persona of a carefree, seductive Frenchman named Jean Paul to guard the secrets of his past When he slips back into England to carry out an urgent task, Richard becomes infatuated with a married woman, Georgina Malory But his reckless attempt to woo Georgina at a masked ball turns out to be the worst mistake of his life because it brings him face to face with another beautiful woman.Thrilled that her solicitors have finally come up with a way to free her from her betrothal contract to the Earl of Manford s son who abandoned her years ago, heiress Julia Miller is ready for the marriage mart and hopes to find that perfect someone at her friend Georgina s ball Charmed by a masked Frenchman who gives her her first kiss, she can t help but pursue this mysterious man until she makes a shocking discovery Now, to avoid falling into a ruthless nobleman s trap, Julia must enter a risky, intimate charade with a man she never believed she could love.With a little help from the lucky in love Malory family, will Richard and Julia discover in each other that perfect someone

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    About "Johanna Lindsey"

    1. Johanna Lindsey

      Johanna Helen Howard was born on March 10, 1952 in Germany, where her father, Edwin Dennis Howard, a soldier in the U.S Army was stationed The family moved about a great deal when she was young Her father always dreamed of retiring to Hawaii, and after he passed away in 1964 Johanna and her mother settled there to honor him.In 1970, when she was still in school, she married Ralph Lindsey, becoming a young housewife The marriage had three children Alfred, Joseph and Garret, who already have made her a grandmother After her husband s death, Johanna moved to Maine, New England, to stay near her family.Johanna Lindsey wrote her first book, Captive Bride in 1977 on a whim , and the book was a success By 2006, with over 58 Million copies of her books have been sold worldwide, with translations appearing in 12 languages, Johanna Lindsey is one of the world s most popular authors of historical romance.Johanna s books span the various eras of history, including books set in the Middle Ages, the American Old West and the popular Regency England Scotland She has even written a few sci fi romances By far the most popular among her books are the stories about the Malory Anderson Family, a Regency England saga.

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    1. The blurb for this book here at GR touts it as a Malory novel and lists Georgina Malory as one of the main protagonists. Neither point is true so if you are jonesing for a new Malory installment, you will have to look to a future book. The H/h are, however, guilty by association as the hero, Richard, is friends with Gabrielle (Captive of my Desires) and her husband Drew (Georgina's brother), while the heroine, Julia, is merely a casual acquaintance of the Malory clan in general. James Malory doe [...]


    2. I'm very saddened by the books that JL has been releasing lately. It seems like she's run out of ideas and is only writing her books to reach a quota.Please stop using the formulaic Malory plot of having to go on a rescue on the high seas. I still love James, but again, please stop making him beat everyone up. He's in his 40's already, can't he just settle for once?I miss the feeling of heartbreak that accompanied the reading of her old books; Prisoner of My Desire, Heart So Wild and the Tony/Ja [...]



    3. Η άποψή μου για το βιβλίο στο site "Book City" και τον παρακάτω σύνδεσμο: Εραστές για πάντα


    4. Πάσχα πέρασε, ρέπαρα για μερικές ημέρες, ανάλαφρα βιβλιαράκια ήθελα να διαβάσω, και έτσι, ανάμεσα σε όλα τ' άλλα, επέλεξα και κάποια των εκδόσεων Elxis για να με συντροφεύσουν στις μίνι διακοπές μου. Ένα απ' αυτά ήταν και το "Εραστές για πάντα" της Johanna Lindsey, ο δέκατος τίτλος της σε [...]


    5. I enjoyed this book, but I gotta say it has flaws.The MCs' hatred for each other is OTT.Her breaking his nose, him hanging her over a two storey building (what boy is strong enough to do this without accidentally dropping and killing her?!), throwing her in the lakel this when they were CHILDREN!To an extent his anger was understandable, but he really could have killed her without meaning to.Her anger was ridiculous.Kids say nasty things sometimes and while getting hurt and angry is reasonable, [...]


    6. Aunque las últimas novelas de los Malory no han sido para tirar cohetes, ya con el libro de Boyd la cosa empezaba a mejorar pero esta historia ha sido superior aún.Reconozco que incluir esta novela dentro de la saga Malory es un poco pretencioso por parte de la Lindsey, ya que ningún parentesco o lazo sanguíneo los une. pero siguen apareciendo los personajes más carismáticos de la saga por lo menos para mí, James Malory y Georgina.Me he divertido, y me lo he leído en un pis pas y no sé [...]


    7. 4,5/5Es un libro que me gustó mucho y creo que es el primer libro que leo sobre esta autora. Me gusta que me pareció muy divertido ciertas escenas. También me gustó mucho personaje de richard porque parecía que fuera una mala persona pero en el fondo era muy bueno con julie. También me pareció muy divertida las escenas cuando eran niños mi favorita cuando lo empuja al lago. Odio al padre de richard y me gustó mucho el personaje del hermano. Mi libro favorito son los que dé un paso pasa [...]


    8. I'll be honest, I'm a little (ok, alot) disappointed about JL's recent contributions to HR. I absolutely couldn't finish the last book with Boyd and secret Malory heroine (oh, kill me now). But unexpectedly, this book was pretty enjoyable.The hero is our favorite rogue, Richard Allen, aka. Jean Paul. He's much more exciting than the rest of the Andersons, I must say. And Richie has a past, or actually a childhood engagement with the heroine, Julia Miler. Unfortunately, both of them hate each oth [...]


    9. If it weren't for the emotion, I would have rated this a 1 star.Intriguing plot concept (in the summary on the back cover), strong tension between Richard and Julia, but there were A LOT of problems with the execution of the story.First, total unbelieveable plot. Ridiculous, cartoonish characters and situations. The ear biting, nose breaking- way forced. Her father waking up after five years and being able to process information – the fact that she’s five years older! – just fine? Yeah. Ri [...]


    10. Part of the Malory series, this book tucks in nicely with the rest of the books. It is dare I say it much more like the first books in this series (which I adored) than some of the later ones (which I've judged to be "meh"). The story is fabulous! But not the use of exclamation points! There are a lot of them! It reads more like teen fan-fic sometimes than a Johanna Lindsey, well-respected, seasoned author!Julia Miller's family is not haute ton. They're not even ton, just fabulously wealthy. How [...]


    11. Well, that was more like the Johanna Lindsey I loved when I started reading romance oh so many years ago!I really enjoyed Richard and Julia's story! I like both the characters and how they came together Having been engaged since they were children and enemies almost as long, they had to almost start over as strangers - literally! I liked how the two families were the antithesis of each other, one loving and one controlling. Her loving her father made his hating his father even more real for me. [...]


    12. TPS seharusnya gak perlu masuk list Malory Saga *gak rela*soalnya hero n heroine nya gak ada darah Malory ato Anderson.Richard n Julia critanya cm 'kenalan' ni the MalorysRichard n Julia udah di tunangkan sejak Julia brumur 1tahun.Pd umur 5thn Julia pertama kali brtemu dgn tunangan nya yg saat itu brumur 11thn.Richard sangat membenci ayahnya sang tiran aka Earl of Manford, jd pas pertama ktemu Julia, dia langsung benci stengah matiJulia pun merasakan hal yg sama.Mereka sepakat utk saling membunu [...]


    13. Julia has been betrothed practically since birth. Her first meeting with her husband-to-be was when she was five, but it went horribly wrong, as did every meeting they had until Richard disappearred from England. Wanting him to like her, his animosity wounded her, and since she was just a child, she struck out drawing blood nearly every time.Richard's father was a very cruel man, and he wanted nothing to do with making his father richer by marrying Julia for her money.The anger he felt for the m [...]


    14. Άκρως εθιστικό το δέκατο βιβλίο της σειράς Mallory -Aderson . Ρίτσαρντ Άλεν ο παλιός αρραβωνιαστικός και Τζούλια Μίλερ η πλούσια κληρονόμος είναι οι δύο αξιαγάπητοι ήρωες που θα σας κρατήσουν συντροφιά στην νέα ιστορία της Johanna Lindsay.Τα σκήπτρα κρατά ο έρωτας που θριαμβεύει για ακό [...]


    15. Well, this book wasn't too bad. However, I gave it three stars because it took me half the book to like either the hero or the heroine. I wanted to slap Richard for his obsession with Georgina and Julia seemed just a bit of an insensitive brat. Later though, they grew on me. The end was quite satisfying. I was afraid Johanna Lindsey was going to try and turn the horrible father into a better man but she didn't. He got what he deserved.It was very nice to visit with the Malory's again. I love the [...]


    16. Kinda boring. I ended up skipping over some parts. Not as great as some of Johanna Lindsey's older books. I didn't really believe how he could all of a sudden fall in love with her since there was really nothing that she showed him that he could love. She didn't really DO anything that might make him fall in love with her and vice versa.


    17. Okay I loved this book, however when author talked about James's son Jermey and his wife I felt lost. Was I missing a book? Most of the characters were talked about which was nice. Overall this was a good read


    18. For me, Johanna Lindsey seems to have an uneven writing style. Most of her books I either start off hating and then love by the end, or I start off loving them and hate them by the end. A few I hated all the way through but so far I haven't found a single one that I loved from start to finish. That Perfect Someone falls into the "hated it to start, but loved it by the end" category. Our two main characters are so obnoxious in the beginning, what with their snotty bickering and Richard's ridiculo [...]


    19. Una prueba más en esta historia de lo que puede pasar cuando eres obligada o te ves destinada a casarte con una persona desde pequeños, como solía hacerse en pleno siglo XIX. Así les ocurrió a nuestros personajes Richard y Julia, y el resultado? acabaron odiándose al punto de querer matarse. Afortunadamente, para las que lean este libro, pueden decir que tienen una fortuna tremenda y positiva, no sólo ustedes como mujeres sino también los varones, pero es más arraigado en ustedes porque [...]


    20. In Johanna Lindsey's world, the Malory saga is tops. Its amazing how Ms. Lindsey can dream up new plots that twist and turn which suits this family as we get introduced to one new member after another - even after all these years. I have outgrown historical romances, and reading this series has just become sentimental to me. I guess a fan can surmise the outcome, but there's still enough in the story of Richard and Julia to make it as delightful to a newbie (if there are any). Richard, who first [...]


    21. Let’s get one thing straight: This is a well written book, for the most part, with very little discernible flaws.I did not enjoy this book. I’ll get to my reason in a second.This book is basically about two people who have been bethrothed since they were little and have hated eachother’s guts ever since. However they meet eachother years after the gentleman’s sudden disappearance, don’t recognize eachother and they like eachother. Then they figure who they are and hate eachother once a [...]


    22. I really enjoyed the story there were some expected plot turns, and some surprises as well. There were no doubts as to how it would conclude, but I enjoyed watching the characters get there nonetheless. However the writing was not fantastic. I didn't actually believe the characters were English from their language, aside from a few "a'tall"s tossed in. This is my first Malory novel, and with no background of the characters I could easily see which characters must have been in the other books. I [...]


    23. Julia has one major impediment to a perfect social season in London. Her fiancé.Who . . .a. Hasn’t set foot in England for nine years.b. Once dangled her upside down over a balcony.c. She can’t wait to have declared dead.There’s just one slight hang-up: the guy she singles out at the masquerade party as her first real possibility once her marriage contract is declared null and void—Yep, turns out to be the same fiancé.Johanna Lindsey’s MALLORY books are like candy. At least one shoul [...]


    24. Despite the fact that neither of the hero or heroine has the name Malory or Anderson in it, I have to admit, among all Malory-Anderson series that Johanna Lindsey wrote, this one is my favorite. It was kinda unpredictable, not in a good way, but Johanna Lindsey wrapped it up very nicely with a nice touch of humor. I read this 2 years ago, yet, I still find myself reaching for this book in my spare time.


    25. Hacía más de diez años que no leía nada de Lindsey. Y quizás porque he leído tanto que me ha descolocado un par de frases modernas cuando antes no me pasaba. Los Mallory me agotaron en el pasado y ahora no han sido menos, pero creo que, aunque la novela está bien narrada, la historia de amor flojea.Sin embargo, me ha enganchado y gustado.


    26. A Malory Novel, one that I somehow managed to miss when it was released last year. I really LOVE the Malory series. And I really enjoyed this book, but it really wasn't a Malory book. Members of the Malory family were involved in the story here and there, but the hero and heroine were just friends/acquaintances of some Malory family members.


    27. I loved this book. Excellent characters who grew and adapted as the story went along. A story that held its weight and was believable, and just the right mixture of pirates, adventure, and love. If you're looking for a book that takes you back to another lifetime, this is the book for you.


    28. Es entretenida, una "clásica" novela romántica, que te quedas con un buen recuerdo de ella, pero sin más.



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